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Walmart, Casinos! Christians In America Defy Logic To Worship At Unusual Places

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Christians In America Worship At Unusual Places - Walmart, Casino Too

The statement “where two or more are gathered in my name, there will I be” has once again been validated as Christians in America have taken service to the most unusual places!

A group of Christians in America have defied all logic and odds to worship at an infamous place – a Las Vegas Casino.

Following the ban on churches in most states in the nation due to the Coronavirus outbreak, a large group of evangelicals campaigning for President Trump held a worship event in a Las Vegas casino.

In Las Vegas, where casinos have been allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity while houses of worship are subject to a limit of 50 parishioners, the group of Christians improvised and held services within a casino.

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A video of the one of the service has since been uploaded on Twitter by Ralph Reed, an evangelical Christian leader and author. It was held at the Ahern Hotel and Convention Center.

In similar news, Christians were also seen holding a church service in a Pennsylvania Walmart. The churchgoers took to Walmart to come together in worship, as churches have been closed, but Walmarts are opened.

In a video that has since gone viral, the congregants could been seen and heard singing different types of worship songs including “Our God Is Greater,” “Waymaker,” “Great Are You Lord,” and “We Worship You.”

People joined in the praise, and everyone seems to be recording the happening via cell phone.

Customers appear to join in the church service as well, and the Walmart is soon ringing with the sounds of praise.

This came few weeks after Democratic Governor Tom Wolf announced, that houses of worship were not essential.

He said: “Individuals should not gather in religious buildings or homes for services or celebrations until the stay-at-home order is lifted.” 

Horpeoluwar Desalu

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